A Kiss From Mary Pickford (Russian: ÐÐ¾ÑÐµÐ»ÑÐ¹ ÐÑÑÐ¸ ÐÐ¸ÐºÑÐ¾ÑÐ´ - Potseluy Meri Pikford) (1927) is a comedy film made in the Soviet Union, directed by Sergei Komarov and co-written by Komarov and Vadim Shershenevich. The film, starring Igor Ilyinsky, is mostly known today because of a cameo by the popular film couple Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks. The footage of the couple was shot during their visit to the USSR, with the couple knowingly participating as a gesture towards the Russian film industry.
Goga Palkin is a theatre check-taker in love with an undiscovered actress named Dusya. She has a crush on Douglas Fairbanks and only wants to date someone famous like a Hollywood star. After a chance meeting and a kiss from Mary Pickford, Goga becomes a local celebrity, and a lot of girls chase him through the streets. The popularity of her admirer makes Dusya jealous, and she falls for him.
Igor Ilyinsky as Goga Palkin
Anel Sudakevich as Dusya
Mary Pickford as herself (cameo)
Douglas Fairbanks as himself (cameo)
Vera Malinovskaya as herself (cameo)